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List of EU funding and European Funds and Grants for Transport
European transport policy aims to reconcile the growing mobility needs of citizens with the requirements of sustainable development. In this regard, it is also related to the development of the internal market and the opening up of competition, to conditions for innovation and to the integration of transport networks. The issue of user safety and protection is also crucial for the transport sector.
Action at present in the fields of energy and transport is based on two Commission reference documents: The Green Paper “Towards a new culture for urban mobility”, and the White Paper “European transport policy for 2010:Time to decide”. They reflect a marked change in policy aimed at speeding up the reforms needed, preparing for enlargement and slanting European policies towards citizens.
2005 was a pivotal year when stock was taken of the action over the last five years and future avenues of approach were identified.
The following list gives you all the European funds available in the field of Transport:
- TEN-T TRANSEUROPEAN TRANSPORT NETWORKS
- ANNUAL GRANTS PROGRAMME DG MOBILITY and TRANSPORT
- FP7 - COOPERATION - 7 TRANSPORT
Grants in the field of sustainable use of energy in transport
Up to 75% of the eligible costs of the project. Investment in hardware, or in equipment for demonstration purposes, is not eligible for support under the programme.
Grants in the frame of the Trans-European Networks for transport
Up to 50% of the eligible costs, depending on the type of the project
Grants to European cities that run a radical integrated urban transport policy
Between 50% and 100% of total eligible costs according to the activity and to the legal statutes of the beneficiary.
Loans and guarantees for social investment projects helping regions hit by natural or ecological disasters
Up to 50% of the total project costs Up to 90% of the total project costs for project of reconstruction and/or rehabilitation of infrastructure and measures for the prevention of disasters
European network developing cooperation between SMEs, research centres and universities for industrial innovation
Support between maximum 35% for research and 45% for development phase projects.
This call aims to identify and to prepare relevant actions to address on the transnational level. The adequate response to the maritime development priorities should come from different levels of policy-making:...
This call for proposals aims to mitigate and/or compensate for adverse impacts generated by the tarring project on the Sarh-Kyabé axis as well as enhance the positive impacts expected with rega...
The aim of the project is the performance of a questionnaire survey on issues related to transport and mobility across all 28 members of the European Union. The contractor will design a questionnaire using the ...
The study should be carried out in 2 steps: collection of information and analysis and conclusions.1. In the first step the contractor should set out and agree with the Agency criteria for the different types o...
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